Adam Anderson is a third generation resident of the Virgin Valley and loves living and practicing law in Mesquite and being a part of the Mesquite community.
Adam is very active in the community and currently serves as Chair of the Board of the Mesquite Chamber of Commerce, as Chair of the City of Mesquite Charter Committee (having been appointed to the committee by Senator Joe Hardy), and as a volunteer for other local nonprofits.
As an attorney in Mesquite, Adam’s law practice caters to the needs of Mesquite residents, and a significant focus of Adam’s practice is on estate planning, probate, and trust administration. Adam regularly advises clients and has given seminars regarding estate planning matters including wills, trusts, nonprobate transfers of assets, powers of attorney, relocating from out-of-state, estate administration after death, and other related matters. Adam also has additional diverse experience assisting clients in business, real estate, municipal law, guardianships, and civil litigation.
Adam has been practicing law since 2009 and is licensed in Nevada, Utah, and Washington.
Areas of Practice
- Real Estate
- Business Law
- Estate Planning
University of Oregon School of Law,
Law Review: Oregon Law Review, 2007 - 2009
Brigham Young University,
B.A. - 2005
Major: Spanish Translation
Honors and Awards
Maxine Lee Award for Editorial Excellence, Oregon Law Review
Past Employment Positions
Halverson Northwest Law Group, Attorney/Shareholder, 2009 - 2016